Earlier this year, it was revealed that David Hasselhoff had made a song for the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2's soundtrack, as well as appearing briefly in the film.
Now the rap, titled Guardians Inferno, has it's own video and it's completely mesmerising.
The disco inspired creation has its own storyline that is seperate from the movie, and revolves around a fictional band called, The Sneepers.
This isn't just any old band though. The Sneepers are actually "Guardians" from the superhero film, including actors Chris Pratt, Karen Gillan and Michael Rooker.
As with anything involving Baywatch's The Hoff, it's bigger than anything we could ever have imagined.
Our much-loved Guardians of the Galaxy actors are sporting crazy costumes while dancing along to a whacky space-themed disco tune.
It really is a spectacle that needs to be seen.
David Hasselhoff only has a small role in the film, with the song previously only being played during the credits.
But this isn't the Knight Rider actor's first unusual music video.
His 2006 song Jump in My Car had a rather unusual video that saw him being surrounded by flames and given devil horns.
One user on Twitter summed The Hoff's unique music videos up in the best way, saying: "Ever since that #GOTGVol2 music video, I can't stop watching David Hasselhoff videos. God I think I have a new obsession".
This super extra video has been released to mark the home release of the movie today, August 8th.